Instead she will convalesce quietly at home at Windsor Castle.
It was an extraordinarily beautiful perch from which to contemplate everything and convalesce.
Lydia later returned to convalesce at Grayson Manor, where she was more or less kept a prisoner by Victoria.
Her friends showered invitations on "dear Sally" to come and convalesce with them, but the plans fell through.
But was she back from Scotland, where they knew she had gone to convalesce?
These were happy days; I had nothing to do but to convalesce.
She began to convalesce slowly but surely, and one day she turned the nurses out of the room and sent for her Uncle Robert.
After the patient begins to convalesce the danger of infection grows greater.
Besides, there was only one, if you come to think of it—the little boy being sent to Widow Thrale's to convalesce.
It took Mrs. Upton a fortnight to get over one of these visits—to convalesce.
convalesce con·va·lesce (kŏn'və-lěs')
v. con·va·lesced, con·va·lesc·ing, con·va·lesc·es
To return to health and strength after illness; recuperate.